Butterscotch Shenanigans’ Levelhead Gets Released On Early Access

Butterscotch Shenanigans’ Levelhead Gets Released On Early Access
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There is a new game out on Early Access, and it will excite those who love builder or platformer games. Levelhead, the latest game from Butterscotch Shenanigans, arrived recently on Early Access.

The game’s early version is actually broadcasting live on Steam currently. Players could notice that the game is like a builder and a platformer at the same time.

New items can be acquired once players complete the platforming campaign. The aim is to build levels and share them to co-players and the public.

Levelhead is a community-centric game and can be played solo or get up to three more players to join. Those who wish to share the levels they made can even subscribe to what the other level creators are making. The game developers made finding level-sharing easy by enabling the use of tags.

The level-sharing is actually what’s keeping other players excited since they can get endless ways of playing levels. After they finish working on the campaign, they can concentrate on trying out the levels made by other players.

Players in the campaign would need to deliver the packages and work their way through complicated levels. There’s a Bureau of Shipping involved in the transactions and they monitor the packages. Players should master using warping through walls and utilizing power-ups to reach up to high corners.

According to Butterscotch Shenanigans, Levelhead will get a full release within a couple of months. Since it is out on Early Access, Levelhead is expected to develop as players share their feedback. The game developers also eye on expanding their community systems as the players develop it with them.

Community game development is what developers aim when using Early Access. Butterscotch Shenanigans said they are excited about what the community can contribute to game development.

While it is still on Early Access, the game developers said they hope to add more options on level-building. There will also be more campaign levels and an improved story soon. The game developers are also looking at adding new algorithms for players to discover the user-made levels.

The game’s Early Access version will last for about six months up to one year. Currently, the game has over 100 creative elements.

The game is currently priced at $20 on Steam, and it is possible to increase as new features get added. That’s what the Butterscotch Shenanigans plans, by the way. They said they’d probably implement a gradual increase in the current price.